11 Ways to Stop Clients Asking for Endless Design Revisions - October 21st
Wednesday, October 21, 2015 from 6:00 PM to 7:00 PM (BST)
As a designer, you've probably had the experience of working with a client who repeatedly asks for revisions with no end in sight. It's frustrating, right?
You want to keep the client happy without driving yourself crazy or ruining your profit margin. Both are essential to the success of your business. So it's important to understand how to avoid getting sucked into the vicious cycle of revisions.
Join us for a FREE webinar where we share our experience in managing design clients over the last 11 years. We hope you’ll discover some tips and tricks which will help your design practise to create healthy relationships with your own clients.
To ensure the best experience, we'd like to keep things small and cosy. Spots are thus limited. So hurry up to register :)
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Eva E. Karalyte has been running a design agency for 6 years and managing branding & web design projects for the last 11 years in New York, London, Paris and Santiago de Chile. She enjoys sharing her experience with designers and designpreneurs who are starting out, transitioning into a new way of doing business or expressing themselves. Sharing her experience through workshops and individual consultations is what energizes her the most.
|Pedro Heitor has been working on UX projects for the last 11 years. Already knowledgeable about computer languages at the age of 16, Pedro continues to perfect his skills at front-end development and open source content management systems. A quick learner and always eager to explore new avenues and find innovative solutions when working on UX projects, Pedro strives to keep things clean, simple and functional in every project he is entrusted with.|
My Visual Brief helps web & graphic designers and teams to set the right direction for a design project by creating a design brief quickly and visually.
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